Anthony J. Quinn was born in Northern Ireland's County Tyrone and studied English at Queen's University, Belfast. He works as a journalist and author. His first novel, DISAPPEARED, was published by Head of Zeus in 2014.
'The descriptions of the mists and mountains of Lough Neagh and Maghery provide an atmospheric and realistic background to what is a chilling, but brilliantly told tale' Crime Review. 'The plot surprises keep coming ... If you want the philosophy of the Troubles, and some of the reality, you'll get it here' Irish News, Book of the Week. 'An edge-of-the-seat thriller ... beautifully written ... Outstanding' Irish Independent. 'A beautifully written example of how enriching a novel can be if the author does not for a second neglect the importance of locale ... the experience of reading the book is irresistible' Barry Forshaw, Independent. 'Superbly original ... among the best of the many crime novels that have tackled the Troubles' Sunday Express.